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|Film Title||Distributors||Job Title||Company||Status||Release Date|
Warner Bros. Pictures (WB)
Wild Ocean Films
|Credited Writer||Completed||May 06, 2011|
|TV Title||Networks||Job Title||Company||Status||Season|
|EMILY OWENS, M.D.||CW||Completed||2012-2013|
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Jennie Snyder Urman, who has been busy this pilot season with projects “Sober Companion” for Fox and “Jane the Virgin” for CW, has closed a three-year overall deal with CBS Television Studios. Both…
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CW alum Jennie Snyder Urman has sold a trio of projects to the CW and Fox under her overall deal with CBS TV Studios. At the CW, Urman has set up “Cross” and “Jane The Virgin.” A period drama set in…
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